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Karen Smolarek

The Case For Social Media in Schools - 0 views

  • “We’re going to get there anyway, so it’s better to be on the cutting edge, and be moving with the kids, rather than moving against them
  • “Blogging was a way to get students into that mode where, ‘Hey, I’m writing this not just for an assignment, not just for a teacher, but my friend will see it and maybe even other people [will] stumble across it.’ So there’s power in that.”
  • Her students started getting into school early to use the computer for the social media program
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  • Edmodo and Edublogs.
  • “They were just as happy to do work rather than talk trash,” Delmatoff says. “All they wanted was to be with their friends.”
  • Taking some discussions online would also seem to be an opportunity for kids who are shy or who don’t usually interact with each other to learn more about each other
  • “Texts on Time,”
    What a great example of keeping students "connected" in a positive way. This is exactly the type of program I would like to implement!
jeri hurd

| Quizlet - 6 views

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      Check out the video so you don't miss any of the helpful features.
    • Stephanie Jansen
      Remember to encourage students to use the mobile studying feature! Great use of technology that many students are using daily!
    Create a flashcard good for study vocabulary terms to learn the meaning
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    Website to make flashcards online and provide online group study material.
    "Quizlet is the largest flash cards and study games website with over 9 million free sets of flashcards covering every possible subject. It's the best place to play educational games, memorize vocabulary and study online. "
    I've used this and it's great!
    Free online study and learning tool for students.
    This is a solid online study tool. It offers different ways for the student to learn and retain material. It can provide a shared or individual study experience. The mobile app is especially handy allowing the student access to the site and their study tools wherever they are. They like the easy access.
    I see students using this fairly often. I know for Advanced Placement Government vocabulary and for Advanced Placement U.S. History there are many "reviews" already built by students and teachers.
    This site provides fun ways to study with virtual flash cards, tests, and games! It's available as a free resource on the web and iOS and Android devices.
    Good tool for reviewing terminology. Can make your own sets or search others for people studying the same topics
    My schools uses this quite a bit. There's a mobile app and a good variety of flashcard-style tools. Good for ESL, learning vocab, etc. It's used widely around the world, so plenty of pre-made quiz sets to use.
    I can already envision a computer station that has weekly sight words and computation facts that students can practice independently!
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